This Week’s Essential Webinars: Master Energy Storage and GIS for Better Efficiency


Are you looking to enhance your understanding of Energy Storage and GIS Efficiencies? Here’s your chance! Don’t miss out on these valuable learning opportunities taking place THIS WEEK. Join us to gain vital skills and knowledge that will set you apart in your field.

2022 California Energy Code: Energy Storage Ready Rules for New Dwellings

Wednesday, June 26, 2024
1:00 – 3:00pm
ICC PP Course No. 40355 - 0.2 CEUs
AIA Course No. 4: 2024 - 2 LUs

***Register Now - Registration Closes TOMORROW, Tuesday, June 25 at 5pm**

The 2022 California Energy Code includes new requirements intended to make future integration of energy storage systems easier for homeowners. Are you aware of the new rules? How is your jurisdiction implementing the requirements? Attend this webinar to gain a better understanding of the intent and practical implementation to achieve an energy storage ready electrical system. Plan reviewers and field inspectors are encouraged to attend.

Over the Counter Efficiencies: Utilizing GIS to Improve the Permit Application Process

Thursday, June 27, 2024
10:00am – 12:00pm
ICC PP Course No. 37543 - 0.2 CEUs

***Register Now - Registration Closes Wednesday, June 26 at 5pm**

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) mapping is a powerful technology combining geographical data, spatial analysis, and data visualization to understand, interpret, and present information about the Earth’s surface and its features. This webinar provides an overview of GIS tools and techniques, specific to California. to support informed decision-making and streamline the permit application process. It is designed to prepare attendees with the necessary skills to effectively research and analyze property information using GIS mapping. As key stakeholders in the building permit process, permit technicians rely on accurate and up-to-date property data on projects to ensure compliance with zoning regulations, setbacks, fire zones, and boundaries.

For any questions about the webinars above, please contact the CALBO Office at 916-457-1103.